Nigerian music star Wizkid has spent the past months working tirelessly on his upcoming More Love, Less Ego (MLLE) project, and he seems to have rewarded himself now that the album is almost ready for release.
Shortly after teasing a new single via his Instastory channel, an automobile dealer identified as @moaglobalservices took to the platform announcing Wizkid’s recent purchases.
Apparently, the Made in Lagos (MIL) music star splurged millions on some luxury automobiles which include a Rolls Royce, Mercedes Mayback and a Lamborghini.
Taking to his Instastory channel, the auto dealer equally disclosed that the singer told him to make the cars seven in number.
See his post below:
Sharing individual pictures of the luxury rides, the businessman made sure to make a reference to Wizkid in the captions.
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